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Pageonce - access to all your accounts in a single mobile application
At the AlwaysOn Venture Summit in Silicon Valley, mobile solutions are a hot topic. One company, Pageonce, allows for monitoring bank accounts, transferring funds, and making payments on a mobile phone.
I caught up with Ahikam Kaufman, Founder and COO of Pageonce, at the event. “Our technology knows how to bring all your personal information, from all the accounts you subscribe to, to your mobile device…all in real-time, and at the palm of your hand," he said. Pageonce offers a subscription service starting at $4.99 a month. This gives you access to all of your accounts in a single application.
Kaufman gave me a demo, displaying some of Pageonce’s services. On display, was instant access to accounts at American Express, E-Trade, AT&T, and eBay (just to name a few).
Kaufman made the point, “Mobile devices are becoming like mini-computers that you carry with you. People will treat the mobile device as their personal assistant because it is with you all the time, and online all the time.”
Check out the video to see an interview and product demo of Pageonce at the AlwaysOn Venture Summit in Silicon Valley.
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Pageonce is the first mobile company that allows users to access, view and manage all of their personal online accounts in a single secure application. Pageonce provides anytime, anywhere account access via iPhone and BlackBerry. With access to thousands of providers across banking, finance, credit cards, investments, utilities, airlines, hotels, ecommerce sites and more, users enjoy access to detailed transaction history and account activity and receive alerts when key changes occur in any of their accounts.